From the North Jersey Crime Examiner:
A Bergen County [NJ] judge mistakenly let a collection company lawyer cover a gap in evidence against a credit-card holder by using a Wikipedia page, a state appeals court has ruled.
“[I]t is entirely possible for a party in litigation to alter a Wikipedia article, print the article and thereafter offer it in support of any given position,” the appeals justices wrote, referring to the “anyone can edit” online encyclopedia.
“Such a malleable source of information is inherently unreliable and clearly not one whose accuracy cannot reasonably be questioned,” they added.
In doing so, the appeals panel tossed out a collection judgment… of more than $30,500.
Source: Legal Research Plus